Samsung unveils Galaxy A60, a $300 phone with massive storage and punch-hole display

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Samsung has announced another Galaxy A-series smartphone the Galaxy A60 in China, alongside the previously announced Galaxy A70, A80, and A40 devices. The new Galaxy A60 resembles the A8s design featuring a punch hole display.

The all-new Galaxy A60 features a 6.3-inch LCD Infinity-O display with FHD+ resolution. The punch hole in the top left corner of the display holds a 32 MP selfie camera and Samsung claims that the screen to body ratio is 92%. The phone, however, does not have Samsung’s new Screen-Cast sound technology and a speaker grille on the top.

The rear side of the Galaxy A60 smartphone features a 32 MP f/1.7 main camera sensor alongside a secondary 8 MP f/2.2 ultra-wide and 5 MP depth camera sensors. The processor of the device packs a Snapdragon 675 exactly like the Galaxy A70, and a 6GB RAM with 128GB of device storage in it.

The battery capacity of the Samsung Galaxy A60 is 3500 mAh and can be charged through a type-C connector. The Galaxy A60 is said to be released with a price range of $300, but the South Korean giant hasn’t officially announced the price and the launch date of the new Galaxy A60.

Other Galaxy A-series smartphones which Samsung released this year include Galaxy A90, Galaxy A40, and Galaxy A10. The Galaxy A10 device is available in Pakistan as well.